Inchmahome Priory


Inchmahome Priory  



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Original oil painting
oil on canvas
29" x 21" (including frame)

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Inchmahome Priory  Inchmahome Priory housed an Augustinian Order, The Black Canons, is on an island in the Lake of Menteith, near Aberfoyle in The Trossachs and was founded in 1238 by the 4th Earl of Menteith.

The name "Inchmahome" comes from Innis MoCholmaig, meaning Island of St Colmaig.
Both Robert I and II visited the Priory and Mary Queen of Scots was sent here for safe keeping when she was 4 years old.

The abbey is a fairly substantial ruin in a lovely peaceful setting. A traditional oil painting in a gold leaf wood frame. Ardell Morton.